Enseignante à l’université du New Hampshire
Site(s): site du CETOBaC

Dilşa Deniz is a socio-cultural anthropologist and the Lecturer in University of New Hampshire. Her academic research focuses on the cultural and religious practices of Alevis Kurdish communities in Turkey. She focuses particularly on the practices and beliefs of Kurdish communities associated with the city of Dersim, an ancient urban center in Anatolia. Dr. Deniz holds a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from Yeditepe University and an M.A in Women’s Studies from Istanbul University. She has published a number of articles and book chapters.


Alevisim and Ethnicity: The Kurmancs in Dersim. Structure, symbolism and discourse
  • Jeudi 05 janvier 2017 de 15h à 17h - EHESS (salle 13) - 105, Boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris
Academics situation in Turkey
  • Mardi 10 janvier 2017 de 12h à 13h - Laboratoire CERMES (salle de réunion) - 7, rue Guy Môquet 94801 Villejuif Cedex
Gender roles in the Turkish nation building process: A case Study on the novels of Peyami Safa
  • Mardi 10 janvier 2017 de 16h à 19h - EHESS (salle 3) - 190-198 avenue de France, 75013 Paris
Intellectual trajectory (work about Alevism) and academic situation in Turkey
  • Lundi 16 janvier 2017 de 14h30 à 16h30 - ENS Lyon (Salle R 143, métro Debourg) - 15 parvis René Descartes, 69342 Lyon